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if the part of government in collecting taxes is discriminating for beliefs. who allowed this to happen. the treasury inspector told top officials about the investigation in june 2012. it is right in the height of the presidential campaign. the irs admitted using tea party and patriot to look at groups for extra skrutine. some of those groups are gearing up to sue. deep concern growing with the law makers, both sides of the political aisle talking about this woman, who was in charge of the division in the heart of the scandal will leave office and implement the obama care. her office will have a say over fines and insurance coverage for millions of americans. molly heningburg starts. did ingram know about the targeting of conservative. >> democrats say there is no evidence she did and the outgoing commissioner stephen miller praised her work in the tax agency. >> why would you promote somebody to that position that was in charge of the exempt organization division that had controversy over the last couple of years? under an investigation? >> she is a superb sufficiently servant? >> she
, there was i.r.s. -- the i.r.s. was trying to strip churches that had sermons against the iraq war of their tax-implement status and also the i.r.s. investigated the ncaa c.t. for the same thing. so some of this stuff is on both sides, both republicans and democrats have done a little bit of this. but i'd like to remind people that when this thing started in 2010, 2011, the person in charge of the i.r.s. is the guy bush put in. so does he let this go to make a mess of it for the obama administration? there's just as much that. the other thing is to really tell -- host: you gave us a lot to work over. last thoughts? caller: say one more thing, because i worked in a nonprofit area for many years. when you look at the -- there's a huge number of nonprofits, and not all of them are totally legit. and when you look at the number of what happened with the tea party, what you need to look at is during 2010 and 2011, what was the total number of people or groups applying for that status? host: ok, we'll look at that in just a moment. let me show you a couple of facebook comments. shane says -- when a d
to the organization, there is no tax deduction and it makes it difficult to continue forward with the effort to eliminating voter fraud. >> yes, i mean, it will top to be a challenge and certainly that determination would make it much easier. one thing i learned in three years of being involved in the way i have been in a grassroots level, i have learned that americans will stand for the side of truth. they will stand. even if that means we don't have a determination that allows us to go to foundation, i believe that american citizens will be ready to stand for election integrity. and that's all we need. >> do you feel hounded by the federal government and made your life a living hell pause they had resources and unlimited power to do it? >> i believe and i feel that what we have been through understand for a reason. and yes, it is not been fun. that is to be sure. but i think that our role is to be messengers and bring focus to a larger debate that we need to be having in the country. citizens should not foretheir government. if in fact the federal government is making a coordinated effort
lifetime limits on coverage. mr. speaker, over 360,000 small businesses have already used tax credits to help insure two million workers. by the end of this year, health exchanges will be set up, making it easier for people who don't have insurance to choose the coverage that best suits their needs. and next year we will happily welcome even more consumer protections. insurance companies will no longer be able to place lifetime limits on coverage, discrimination against pre-existing conditions will be banned for all americans. this means that when a woman notices a lump under her arm, there is no reason for her to wait until she finds a job to schedule an appointment. and she doesn't have to wait to get sicker, costing more of her time off from work and away from her family. under the affordable care act, mr. speaker, she knows she can obtain potentially life-saving care right away. the same goal for her spouse, her parents and her children. our health care system benefits us all. it benefits us by allowing us to make investments in lower cost treatments and prevention now rather than
their concerns. and it's why i co-sponsored legislation to repeal the medical device tax and the annual tax on health insurance and the independent payment advisory board. these actions will protect families and small businesses from premium hikes and protect access to health care for seniors and all americans. this is why i'm working with the citizens of green valley in my district to keep health care affordable by protecting the tax deduction for medical expenses. these are but a few examples of how we can come together to fix this law and i will continue to work with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle and to find additional ways to do so. thank you, mr. speaker, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from new hampshire seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. >> thank you, mr. speaker. sexual assault in the military has reached a crisis point. a rece
in its review of organizations applying for tax exempt status? yes. was the irs delaying their applications? yes, and finally, did the irs ask unnecessary and inappropriate questions of applicants. again, yes. >> it was inadvertent. just some odd underlings out of cincinnati that did this and there was no political motive whatever involved. the question is how stupid do they think we are? >> geraldo: stupid or crafty, the second scandal plaguing the administration is still the spin the state department put on benghazi. >> ongoing obsession with talking points and benghazi and the attempts to politicize that. constitute a side show driven purely by or largely by political interests. >> the fact that the state department was intimately involved in this and they were taking out factual information because they were worried about the political ramifications of that, i think that is a pretty important point. >> geraldo: and perhaps the most important point or at least the scandal closest to home for working reporters the aggressive crackdown on a cia leak published by the asso
was then subjected to a person income tax audit. there is no way to estimate the number of additional groups who were discorged from -- discouraged from organizing because of these tactics. it appears leftist groups had their applications approved. the impact it had on the 2012 election is incalculable. this extend beyond a few low level rogue employees in cincinnati. one was awarded more than $42,000 in bonuses while she was directing what the president now calls outrageous behavior. highly intrusive and unwarranted can he hands for information also originated from the washington, d.c., office and at least two satellite i.r.s. offices in california. dr. ann hendershaw, professor d writer, exposed a george sorros front group. she said the questions put to her during a grueling audit were largely political. and this occurred from the new haven, connecticut, office. it appears that evangelical groups were also targeted, as were jewish group supporting israel. nor was this misconduct limited under groups applying under section 501. i.r.s. officials leaked confident officials to top officials in the obam
, not only was the irs giving the conservative groups unfair scrutiny, but they were leaking private tax information to the public -- also for political reasons. ryan is promising to figure out whose idea that was when who at the white house could have possibly known. >> we are going to continue to get to the bottom of this -- who knew? when did they know? why did they do this? how up in government did it go? people have no trust that their government is impartial. this is arrogance of power, abuse of power to thenth degree. >> we shouldn't expect to hear president obama discuss the specifics because his adviser, dan pfeifer echoed what the president has already said, that it would be inappropriate to comment until the investigation is finished. jamie? >> peter doocy, live from washington. thank you. >> keeping on that topic, lawmakers who held the first congressional hearing into the scandal saying they, quote, need to dig a lot deeper. here's a republican congressman, a member of the house mays & means committee, calling for that wider investigation that we have been speaking of. congr
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miller. the treasury department's inspector general for tax administration is going to be appearing. among our guests this morning to talk about all this house ways and means committee chairman dave camp and we also have new york congressman charlie wrangle. both of them are going to join us in the 8:00 hour. michelle, good to see you this morning. >> you, too, and ru. thank you. >>> a number of stocks on the move. jcpenney reported a larger than expected first quarter loss. the retailer's ceo telling analysts are chain is emerging from what he calls the abyss. but mike says he needs time to fix the issues which are large. we'll talk to an analyst and see if he has the patience to wear et out. shares of nordstrom falling in extended trading. the stock had been trading near record levels before the report. dell reporting a 79% slide in quarterly profits. earnings per share were roughly in line with the figures dow jones suggested the company would post. the company is not offering an outlook because of attempts to take the share private. >>> shares of autodesk are up 0.9%. shares of
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into the tax agency's tea party probe. and in the senate mitch mcconnell said this in just the last hour. >> this morning i'm calling on the president to make available completely and without restriction everyone, everyone who can answer the questions we have as to what's been going on at the irs. who knew about it, and how high it went. >> so the white house besieged by lots of questions. in a staring contest with the so-called second term curse, could this damage be permanent? >> the question is, why does -- what are the boundaries of this administration? these two stories sound nixon ian. >> it's never good if you're an administration and your name appears in the same story as richard nixon twice in the same week. >> nbc national investigative correspondent michael isikoff joins me now from washington. michael, explain to all of us, in regard to the associated press story so far how is the justice department coming back, responding to the questions? >> well, not very -- not very forthcoming at this point. a lot of questions about the grounds for the subpoena. why it was issued, and wh
the timeline, and the motivation, and who actually was investigated, whose applications for tax exempt status were delayed and whose might have been treated more quickly because they might have had the favor of politicians in washington. jon: does any of this - provide any impetus to revamping the entire tax system and somehow shrinking or doing away with this ridiculous agency called the i.r.s.? >> you would like to think so. no question about it. there should be -- it should provide hi impetus to redo the tax code. i don't think that question should interfere with the investigation of tax enforcement. whether or not you reform the tax code, unless you do with away with the i.r.s. the i.r.s. will always have the obligation for enforcement and they have to do that in a fair and impartial way, regardless of politics. jon: and these are the folks who are supposed to take over the enforcement of obama care. >> 2,000 new people that they requested for to enforce the healthcare mandate. jon: paul gigot from the "wall street journal." you can catch paul on the journal editorial report, it runs tomo
in their government. is there any limit to the scope of where you folks can go? >> this is wrong to abuse the tax system. this screams out for tax reform, does it not? >> i think it's an area right for redefinition and reform, yes, sir. >> do you want to know where a lot of this comes from? look at senator levin's letter. senator levin specifically mental add bunch of the groups that you all targeted. you were all doing what democrat senators were asking. >> i just think the american people have seen what's going on right now in their government. this is absolutely an overreach and outrage for america. >> i yield back. [ applause ] >> all right. >> senator mike kelly there at the end. that was one of the loudest fits of applause. mike kelly said you can put anybody out of business if you want to. you are the irs. how scary is that. when the irs comes in there you are not allowed to be showedy. this is an overreach. >> they prevented people from going into business. this is in the middle of a presidential campaign. they hamstrung some of the president's most vocal opponents prevented them from ent
general for tax administration is scheduled to testify. steve miller, the former acting irs commissioner, was scheduled to testify. he resigned wednesday afternoon. live coverage begins at 9:00 a.m. eastern on c-span3 and the full report is available online. we have a link to it on our home page, c-span.org. >> at a hearing of the house judiciary committee, attorney general eric holder answer questions about the irs and the justice department's seizure of associated press phone records. he said he had recused himself from the investigation into the phone records. by hearing is chaired virginia congressman bob goodlatte. [no audio] >> we do not have order in the hearing room. members of the audience must behave in an orderly fashion or else they will be removed from the hearing room. rule 11 of the house rules provided the chairman of the committee may punish breaches of order by center on the hearing. this is your last warning. the committee will come to order. the chair is authorized to declare recesses of the committee at any time. we welcome everybody today. welcome, attorney general
tax-exempt status. they sought to tie the president to the agency's woes. >> president obama's reaction seemed to be sincere, he has not yet demonstrated that all of those responsible will be brought to justice. >> there we go. >> in a rainy rose garden press conference, mr. obama said he learned of the investigation like everyone else, last friday. >> i promise you this. the minute i found out about it, that my main focus is making sure we get the thing fixed. >> reporter: the new acting irs commissioner, appointed by the president is 42-year-old daniel werfel, chief accounting officer in the office of management and budget, served both democrats and republicans, steven miller misled them in letters and testimony when they asked him about complaints from tea party groups. the speaker of the house called for criminal charges. talking about the front line manager who's came up with the inappropriate criteria or talking about the top brass who didn't admit what happened to congress? >> i think i'm going to see the facts. somebody made a decision to do this. and i doubt that the
c 4 tax-exempt status that other organizations are getting because they are a conservative organization, a tea party organization. we need to have accountability. we will see, the attorney general, the justice department have announced they will investigate the irs matter. but we are not going to leave it to the attorney general or the justice department. we are conducting our investigations in the houses, the ways & means committee, the oversight government reform committee, the judiciary committee, to make sure that the american people hold the mrtionz accountability and get answers to their questions. >> we thank you for your time. a lot of investigations, very busy. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> coming up, news on a case that we have been following for you. a german family came to america, seeking asyl tom home school its children, something that got them into a lot of trouble in their home country. there has been a development. you will hear about it after the break. to support strong bones. and the brand most recommended by... my doctor. my gynecologist. my pharm
commissioner who wants oversaw the division that processes these tax exempt applications now tapped to oversee obamacare. should she be pulled from that role? >> i do not think so. with regard to obamacare, the purview of the irs is and only with insurance. if you don't have insurance and you pay a fine, if you don't have insurance and don't pay the fine, you should expect to answer to the irs regarding that. beyond that, no, you need not have a fear of that. >> heather: should the american people be concerned that this same irs that targeted certain groups will now have power to come after every american to ensure that you are buying health insurance or you are paying them the tax? >> she has been put in a power position here. we will see the largest increase of tax regulations in which irs is going to be basically policing what is going on with our mandate, paying taxes for mandates as well as ensuring they are able to get the businesses pay the penalties. she is going -- talk about having a promotion and having more political clout. there are so many questions that need to be answered by ms
groups seeking tax-exempt status. >> as acting commissioner i want to apologize on behalf of the internal revenue service for the mistakes that we made and the poor service we provided. i think that what happened here is that foolish mistakes were made by people trying to be more efficient in their workload selection. the listing described in the report while intolerable, was a mistake and not an act of partisanship. >> president obama is turning his focus away from the irs con tro verse tote economy. in his weekly address the president talks about his trip friday to baltimore where he met with factory workers, young children in a pre-k program and low-income families getting help from a community program. >> that's why i like getting out of the washington echo chamber whenever i can because too often our politics aren't focussed on the same things you are. working hard, supporting your family and supporting your community, making sure your kids have every chance in life. >> the president added he plans to visit more cities in the coming weeks with a focus on strengthening the middle clas
has been the head of the tax exempt office, while some of this targeting of conservative groups was going on. now that she'll lead the irs and monitoring everybody's health insurance and the new taxes and the new fines associated with obamacare, some on the gop are predicting more problems. >> she provided horrendous customer service under her watch and now she's going to do the same implementing obamacare. swell. this is the perfect example of why we need tax reform. >> democrats say ingram's successor didn't find out about the targeting until six months after ingram was reassigned to the obamacare division and say it's unfair to suggest she had anything to do with the targeting. >> you're satisfied with miss ingram being in charge of the irs responsibilities now? >> i have heard that -- i don't know her personally, but i've heard that she has a high degree of professionalism and that she was not in a position of responsibility over these actions. >> democratic congressman sandra levin says there is no evidence that ingram had, quote, any inkling of the problems in the tax exem
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republicans and democrats who demanded answers about why the irs targeted tea party groups seeking tax exempt status. >> as acting commissioner, i want to apologize on behalf of the internal revenue service for the mistakes that we made and the poor service we provided. i think that what happened here was that foolish mistakes were made by people trying to be more efficient in their workload. the listing, as described in the report, while intolerable, was a mistake and not an act of partisanship. good morning. thanks for joining me. bombshells. did you hear any at this hearing? and i'm also curious about the impact on president obama. when they say it was a mistake, steve miller say it was a mistake and not an act of partisanship, are people buying it? >> not necessarily. while the watchdog who testified alongside him made it clear he didn't think there was any bit of partisanship in all this and that it was perhaps just a mistake in that they focused too closely on these groups, we did learn during this hearing that the treasury watchdog who had prepared the report began briefing members of
. the november election, november 2014, that will be after we've already lowered our taxes and increased the local property taxes and taken away funding for education in our state. people are concerned about that. >> it's also not a coincidence, i think, that this is happening in kansas and other states during the obama years. and i want to get into that when we come back. i did? when visa signature asked everybody what upgraded experiences really mattered... you suggested luxury car service instead of "strength training with patrick willis." come on todd! flap them chicken wings. [ grunts ] well, i travel a lot and umm... [ male announcer ] at visa signature, every upgraded experience comes from listening to our cardholders. visa signature. your idea of what a card should be. i need you. i feel so alone. but you're not alone. i knew you'd come. like i could stay away. you know i can't do this without you. you'll never have to. you're always there for me. shh! i'll get you a rental car. i could also use an umbrella. fall in love with progressive's claims service. but with advair, i'm bre
cutting taxes for business... is our business. welcome to the new buffalo. welcome to the new buffalo. welcome to the new buffalo. new york state is throwing out the old rule book to give your business a new edge, the edge you can only get in new york state. to grow our start your business, visit thenewny.com >>> a us airways flight was forced to make a belly landing. it was in flight with 33 passengers an three crew members on board. all are fine, no injuries to report. investigation is under way to determine why the landing gear failed. >>> a plane's landing gear bursts into air in russia today. if pilot safely landed the plane. sky news is reporting no one was hurt. passengers evacuated the plane by jumping off a wing. >>> for the first time the cleveland police officers who rescued those three women held captive for a decade are speaking out. it's an incredible story of course and it's hard to imagine what it must have been like to be among the first to see amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight. here are the police officers describing the scene in their own words. >> when
in taxes. the winner in florida, very lucky, no state income tax here. >> oh, wow. lucky indeed. although, is florida one of those states where in order to claim the money, you actually have to come forward and reveal your identity? >> reporter: yes. 'tave to hold a press conference, but it is part of the public record. so this winner today, who is probably -- i guess as popular as a newborn puppy -- will have more friends than he or she ever realized they had -- will eventually have their identity revealed. so if they follow the playbook, they'll take a day or two to get their affairs in order before they reveal their identity. >> hopefully, they're calling good counsel at this point. kerry, thanks very much. >>> we want to turn to the severe weather very likely across the nation's midsection. roughly 35 million people potentially at risk. the weather channel's mike bettis is chasing the storms today. he was on hand saturday when a big twister touched down in kansas. he's there live with more. mike, good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning to you. it was quite a scene that unfolde
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tuesday blasts the irs for unfairly targeting conservative groups concerning their tax exempt status. report suggests a lack of oversight at the highest levels calling some employees ignorant of tax laws. overnight president obama said he read the report issuing a statement calling the irs actions intolerable and inexcusable. meantime, on capitol hill, outrage. >> this looks like a blatant abuse of power on the part of the irs and it suggests to me there is a culture of rottenness. >> reporter: but some in the gop don't trust holder to investigate. they want a special counsel to pursue this case, george. >> they are holding those hearings on friday. pierre, thanks. >>> to that developing spy story playing out between the u.s. and russia. as we told you, the u.s. ambassador called into the russian foreign ministry overnight over claims an american diplomat disguised in a really bad blond wig is actually a spy. abc's martha raddatz has more now from washington. martha, this is a weird one. >> reporter: it sure is, amy. this morning, 29-year-old ryan fogle is on his way back to the u.s.
million. the lottery withholds federal taxes. but in florida, there's no state tashgs, great news for the winner. the rumor mill is on fire. is it one of the town's seniors? or a young woman who works at a store? florida saw says the winner must come forward to claim the money. the ticket that won it all was sold at this florida grocery store. state lottery officials say they're office in tallahassee will be open bright and early tomorrow morning. that's the soonest we could hear about a winner. >> someone or some group not heading back to work tomorrow morning. >>> another train off the tracks tonight. two this weekend. amtrak train derailing near chicago's union station. 197 passengers onboard the train from new orleans. no one was hurt. but this comes just as we get new imsagages from the derailme friday night. the struggle to save the injured unfolds on this video. gio benitez with the news that those tracks will not be up and running for tomorrow morning. >> reporter: the moment of impact, captured by teenagers skateboarding near the accident site. >> all i hear is a big bomb
: the winning ticket is worth $590.5 million. $148 million goes right to the federal government in taxes. if the winner takes the lump sum, it will be a $370 million payday. the second largest lottery winnings in the united states, ever. >> tonight we had the biggest jackpot in powerball history. >> reporter: the $590 million jackpot is so large, it could fund the city of zephyrhills' entire government budget for the next 12 years. >> i don't see how one person could ever spend that kind of money. in them, their children and their grandchildren couldn't spend that kind of money. >> reporter: while we're here waiting to find out who won the powerball, in virginia and new jersey, there were two winning tickets sold in the mega millions, the identities of those winning tickets owners are yet to come forward but by comparison to the $590 million in the powerball? those mega million winners are going to have to split a measly $190 million. lester? >> tough times indeed, kerry sanders, thanks very much. >>> you may feel like you need a lottery jackpot when you hear the latest news at the pump.
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and his crew behind him have become one of the biggest cheerleaders thanks to the maryland tax credit that's allowed huge productions like house of cards to shoot here. >> as these tax credits encourage films to shoot here will only get largerer and grow exponentially. >> the mayor pointed out because of the film tax credit over 6,000 jobs have been created and the economic impact from cards alone is about $100 million. >> the ability to be able to attract not only movies but i think more importantly a series like this series, house of cards, which employs by the way some 2,000 marylanders who are at work and adding to maryland's growing economy. >> the tax credits have also support aryland to this. >> they are rivaling any crews that have ever worked in hollywood, and it's a delight for me to come here, just in terms of personally, i like baltimore a great deal. >> and according to producers, season two of "house of cards" should air some time after january 204. in harford county, lowell melser. >> we did see kevin spacey at preakness yesterday. he was nice enough to take a picture with d
sure there is tax fairness and proper transferences and prime resources are exploiting and trade works for the poorest around the planet and that is why we do work hand in hand with these campaigns in the presidency. >> in 2008 you prepared the configuration panel. and the trust -- and the recommendations of -- never properly introduced which is a safety issue. and enables the service changes rejected by the i r p. and date to implement higher recommendations and the pga. >> the german debate on the back of that. >> i would like to pay tribute to my hon. friend for the work on behalf of the local community. and understanding the changes to the services. and no permanent changes will be made without public consultation. team makes an important point about the role of the dependent configuration, and -- >> mr. speaker, in answer -- the deputy prime minister gave us a long list of atrocities committed by the sri lankan government. why then is his government going to the commonwealth head of government summit in sri lanka, why are they announcing it six months ahead of time and why do they
in santa rosa. we'll be right back as a kron4 morning news continues. the nation's soon-to-be top tax official -- former san to bto witnesses m the irs, we will bring updates from in the up from this hearing. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. tte butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >> vista span and are quick to tell you about a 5.0 magnitude earthquake struck near toronto canada. no word on damage or injuries but we will pass on that information as soon as it comes and. once again a 5.0 magnitude earthquake near toronto. >> thousands of registd nurses and the east bay are set to walk off the job this morning against five etc. hospitals. they include all tub based summit medical centers of three campuses in berkeley and oakland even the medical center in castro valley and sutter it dealt the medical center in antioch. the union represe
. after taxes, roughly $370 million. nothing to complain about. to set the scene, this is zephyrhills, a very small community of about 10,000 people. they're not used to this -- right now in the parking lot is filled with satellite trucks and local media. i did run into a couple of shoppers here to check out the atm, they had no clue this was the winning store. many are hoping they possibly know the winner, might be able to get a small cut possibly. i want to show you guys real quick, this is a losing powerball ticket, it's actually mine, we're looking for the winner. i think half the fun of playing the lotto is the what if. the what if moment. what if you did happen to win? what would you do? well, for one person or possibly a group, they have that tough decision this morning. dan? bianna? >> only if you could see instant video of them reacting to that news as they found out that they were the winner. thank you so much, ben. we appreciate it. >>> and so many powerball tickets were sold. there was an 80% chance, virtual guarantee, that there would be a winner, since almost every possi
military sales, there should be an international tax on this money. that money should go to the united nations. the united nations should use that money to build a peacekeeping force, which president roosevelt wanted and is in the original charter of the united nations, articles 43 and 44, but it's never been fully funded and never been fully conceptualize. so that is one way to the address that problem. >> i salles and youtube one of ronald reagan's i think it was shultz speaking with one of the russians. and he seemed to be very frustrated by the fact that you can reach an agreement with your enemy and not be able to sell it to your constituencies. in other words, there's a perception that even talking to your enemy is weak. is there any author or school that is good at promoting the idea that your worst enemy is the one you should be talking to and that is strength? >> there is a very pejorative meeting to the word compromise. when we hear the word compromise, we think of the munich agreement in the 1930's that was part of the run-up to world war ii, but negotiation and compromise a
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